We have combined over 10 years of independent research and development of low intensity (amperage) direct current and silver iontophoresis technologies, as well as other nano- to micro-current therapeutic electromedical applications, with extensive data from the international medical-scientific research literature spanning several decades.
The advanced electromedical devices for fulfilling the growing global need for rapid and effective infection treatments, without harmful side effects, and individualized wound and ulcer healing electrical stimulation, did not exist, so we invented the technology and are developing the devices.
We are also developing next generation electrical stimulation devices for the treatment of pain, injury healing and tissue regeneration, and the world's first low voltage transcranial neuromodulation stimulator.
Offshoots of our electromedical technology R&D can also be applied in a range of advanced, algorithm software driven, clinical support data generators, and consumer health and wellness products.
Our mission is to provide technologically advanced, highly effective electrical stimulation and electrode systems for general and widest possible accessibility and benefit.
SIS Manufacturing develops and manufactures algorithmic software driven, non-invasive electronic devices intended for use in several different fields, including but not limited to, use on humans, and research purposes. In relation to human health, these categories are future electromedical devices that are in the process of development, clinical management support data generation devices, and consumer health products (the 'SIS machines').
The SIS clinical management support data generation devices are intended only for: Providing or supporting a recommendation to a healthcare professional about prevention, diagnosis, curing or alleviating a disease, ailment, defect or injury: • Generating and providing supporting data only (and not intended to replace the clinical judgement of a health care professional).
The clinical management support data generation, and consumer health product, SIS devices are not intended to prevent, diagnose, monitor, predict about, treat or alleviate symptoms of any disease, injury or disability, nor to modify any physiological or pathological process or state.
The information on this website covers all of the above categories of our products, and the conditions of sale of our products, within our different product categories, for their different intended applications, are available in our TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Our Technical & Medical Team
WHO WE ARE
Richard Malter - Founder and co-inventor. Clinical and Research Director, Electromedicine Clinic & Research Lab, Australia. Former Senior Research Scientist, Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behavior & Treatment (USA). New York State Boards for Medicine and Dentistry Continuing Medical Education, International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics (USA). Memberships: Bioelectromagnetics Society, Fellow Australian Traditional Medicine Society.
Nerry Kedem - Clinical Electromedicine Advisor. New York State Boards for Medicine and Dentistry Continuing Medical Education, International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics (USA).
Phillip Shinnick PhD, MPA, LAc, FICAE - Bioelectromagnetics and Electromedical Clinical Advisor. Director, Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behavior and Treatment, Inc. Former Assistant Clinical Professor New York Medical College. Former Assistant Professor, Rutgers University. Associate Editor, Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes. Ambassador of UNESCO for Sport and Peace. Chairman of Athletes United for Peace.
James Woessner MD, PhD - Senior Medical Advisor and co-inventor. Training: Physiatry, Neurology, Internal Medicine. Past Memberships: Clinical Electromedical Research Academy (Fellow and Board Certified Diplomate); American Academy of Pain Management (Member & Speaker); American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (Certified Member); American Board in Forensic Medicine (Board Certified Diplomate); Institute of Functional Medicine; American Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (Member); International Association for the Study of Pain (Member).